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Renault 40CV

Renault 40CV
File:1922 Renault 40CV Type JP Touring Wiederkehr p1.JPG
40 CV Type JP
Manufacturer Renault
Production 1911-1928
Body and chassis
Class Full-size luxury car
Engine 7.5 L and 9.1 L
Wheelbase 3.6m or 3.9m
Successor Renault Reinastella

The Renault 40CV was a large car produced by the French vehicle manufacturer Renault from 1911 to 1928.

It was sold in many variations which were known by two letter names such as the CG, ES and JP. Originally launched with a 6-cylinder 7.5-litre engine (Script error: No such module "convert".),[1] this was replaced by a larger 9.1-litre Script error: No such module "convert". engine when the "Type HF" version of the 40CV replaced the "Type HD" version in August 1920.[2] In 1922 the 40CV was fitted with a hydraulic servo-brake system.[3] The 40 CV was replaced by the Renault Reinastella in 1928.[4][5]

A 40CV won the Monte Carlo Rally in 1925,[6] and a modified single-seater NM became well known in 1926 for being able to cover Script error: No such module "convert". at a speed of Script error: No such module "convert". and broke the 24-hour record by covering 4167.57 km at an average speed of Script error: No such module "convert"..[7]

Between 1920 and 1928 the Renault 40CV served as official transport for the French president, usurping a role previously filled by the Panhard 20CV.


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  2. ^ "1925 Renault 6 CV NN". How Stuff Works. Retrieved 20 January 2012. 
  3. ^ "Renault Safety" (PDF). Renault. p. 16. Retrieved 19 January 2012. 
  4. ^ Berk, Gijsbert-Paul (2009). André Lefebvre, and the cars he created at Voisin and Citroën. Dorchester, England: Veloce. p. 55. ISBN 1-84584-244-8. 
  5. ^ "Automobilia". Toutes les voitures françaises 1929 (salon [Paris, Oct] 1928) (Paris: Histoire & collections). Nr. 84s: Page 76. 2006. 
  6. ^ The Car Book. DK. 2011. p. 47. 
  7. ^ "The record-breaking 40 CV!". Renault website. Retrieved 19 January 2012. 

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